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Foundation Worx, LLC
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A Family Owned Small Business that serves its customers the way it wants to be served
A Family Owned Small Business that serves its customers the way it wants to be served

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Short Video of how Foundation Worx can solve your foundation repair and waterproofing needs.

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Have a cracked foundation? Here is our latest blog on what to do. http://foundation-worx.com/?p=2178
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We just published an article on the Top 5 Foundation Repair Issues in Atlanta. http://foundation-worx.com/?p=2154

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New post on foundation repair costs. Most types of repair listed with general costs for each type of repair. http://ow.ly/t0PVA

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Block crawlspace openings. According to the National Pest Management Association, rats, possum and other rodents will invade 21 million homes this winter. Frigid temperatures eliminate natural sources of food and shelter, driving them to warm homes for survival. If your crawlspace is open, you might as well roll out the red carpet for them, so to help keep them out, block any crawlspace vents and openings. This will force these unwanted house guests to look elsewhere for a winter hideaway. (Tried everything to get rid of the critters? http://ow.ly/sS1wx

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Close foundation vents. (a note from Kudzu.com)
To seal, or not to seal; that is the question. Foundation vents help keep your crawlspace dry and mold-and mildew-free. However, the cold draft these vents create during the winter can cause your home to be less energy-efficient and can put your pipes at risk if they're in your crawlspace. Bottom line: It's safe to close your foundation vents for the coldest months of the year and, in fact, it may be a big mistake -- energy-wise -- to keep them open. Find other ways you may be letting heat escape from your home: Watch the video now. http://ow.ly/sp1lW
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